Published in Women's Health Weekly, December 1st, 2011
"Some will remain asymptomatic without preterm labor or vaginal bleeding, and thus the clinician must decide when to schedule cesarean delivery in a 'stable' patient. Decision-making for the optimal timing of delivery across the late preterm and early-term period requires balancing the probability and severity of maternal hemorrhage at each gestational age versus the probability and severity of neonatal morbidity," wrote S.C. Blackwell and colleagues, University of...
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